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Low-poly tree creator

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I've been searching for a low-poly tree creation program, but have not found one that would be impressive in any way. I did a search on this forum and found a thread from 2004. There Treemagik was suggested, but I was not able to make it run under Windows 7. I'm specially interested in obtaining pines and spruces and I would also like to get different detail levels easily. A free program or perhaps blender plugin would be the best, but a reasonably priced commercial program would also do.

Maybe making a procedural tree generator for specific tree types would not be too hard to make, but I'm not sure that I want to invest time on that, if there exist good programs already.

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Check out [url="http://woody3d.com/home/"]Woody3D[/url], it was made by a [url="http://www.gamedev.net/blog/825-rendering-systems/"]GDnetter[/url], so you can check out that user's dev journal to see whether the software has the featureset you want.

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[quote name='Servant of the Lord' timestamp='1329613993' post='4914380']
Check out [url="http://woody3d.com/home/"]Woody3D[/url], it was made by a [url="http://www.gamedev.net/blog/825-rendering-systems/"]GDnetter[/url], so you can check out that user's dev journal to see whether the software has the featureset you want.
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Looks comprehensive. I'll have a look. Thanks.

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I happened to find a very sleek piece of software in [url="http://www.frecle.net/index.php?show=treed.about"]http://www.frecle.net/index.php?show=treed.about[/url] .
It is also free and comes bundled with some good textures.

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